Dan married one of a pair of identical twin girls. Less than a year later, he was in court filing for a divorce.
“Okay,” the judge said, “tell the court why you want a divorce.”
“Well, your honor,” Dan started, “every once in a while my sister-in law would come over for a visit, and because she and my wife are so identical looking, every once in a while I’d end up making love to her by mistake.”
“Surely there must be some difference between the two women,” the judge said.
“You’d better believe there is a difference, your honor. That’s why I want the divorce.”